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General Knowledge / Re: Information is True
« on: October 19, 2014, 12:43:31 PM »
Interesting post.......

Sarmin Sultana
Assistant Coordination Officer
BBA Program

Liver / Re: Fatty Liver Disease
« on: October 19, 2014, 10:55:15 AM »
Useful post.... :)

Sarmin Sultana
Assistant Coordination Officer
BBA Program

thanks for sharing.....

Sarmin Sultana
Assistant Coordination Officer
BBA Program

1. Give them more than the usual.

Think outside the standard wage and benefits box you provide to your employees. Observe them at work, and see what you can do to improve their work environment and make it a more welcoming and pleasant place to be. Ask your employees what their career goals are and help them achieve them. If your company has the budget, reward outstanding performance with extra perks such as gift cards for gas, dinner at a local restaurant for your employee and a guest, or a surprise day off with pay.

2. Hire people who will play nice.

Show your staff members that you care about them by making a point to hire people who are collaborative team players and are genuinely nice. You can pick them out because they're the ones who have that easy smile and warm handshake, and they sincerely care about their co-workers and customers.

3. Get the welcome mat out.

Make sure that new hires feel welcomed. Have an existing staff member--preferably a volunteer--mentor new hires until they get on their feet, and host a welcoming party with food and beverages so that everyone has a chance to meet your new hires in a relaxed setting.

4. Show your soft side.

Show that you're more than just the boss. Show that you genuinely care about your staff members by chatting with them about things other than work. Take a genuine interest in what they do outside of work. And really listen--the simple act of reflecting back to employees what they are trying to tell you confirms to them that you really are listening and that you really do care.

5. Let them boss themselves.

Don't act like you're better than your employees. Be more of a coach to your employees than a boss. Provide as much autonomy as possible to staff members to explore new ideas and complete projects their way, not your way. Agree with your people on specific goals and outcomes, and then let them figure out the best way to attain them.

6. Always have their backs.

It is always important to have your employees' backs, even if an issue has something to do with a customer. The customer is not always right. Show the members of your team that you respect and care about them by defending them when needed. And yes, sometimes that will mean losing a customer.

7. Be considerate.

Be thoughtful about your expectations. Overloading your staff by setting the bar too high or assigning too much work within a short time frame can undermine your efforts to gain the respect of your staff and could cause your employees to shut down or even quit. And that's an outcome neither you nor your employees can afford.

Sarmin Sultana
Assistant Coordination Officer
BBA Program

১. কাচ :- আগসবার্গ
২. ঘড়ি :- লিং & লায়ং সিং সান
৩. থার্মোমিটার :- গ্যালিলিও
৪. টেলিফোন :- গ্রাহামবেল
৫. বংশগতির শুত্র :- গ্রেগার মেন্ডেল
৬. পারমানবিক বোমা :- রবার্ট ওপেন
৭. বাষ্পীয় ইঞ্জিন :- জেমস ওযঅট
৮. বিবর্তনের সুত্র :- র্চালস ডারউইন
৯. টেলিগ্রাফ :- এফ বি মোর্স
১০. চশমা :- বেঞ্জামিন ফ্রাঙ্কলিন
১১. প্রিন্টিং প্রেস :- গুটেনবার্গ
১২. ক্যামেরা :- জর্জ ইস্টম্যান
১৩. আপেক্ষিক তত্ব :- আইনস্টাইন
১৪. চলচিত্র :- এডিসন
১৫. সৌরজগত :- এন. কপার্নিকাস

Sarmin Sultana
Assistant Coordination Officer
BBA Program

০১. বায়ুতে কার্বন ডাই-অক্সাইড
পরিমাণ কত?
উ: ০.০৩%
০২. বায়ু প্রবাহিত হয়-
উ: উচ্চ চাপের স্থান
থেকে নিম্নচাপের দিকে
০৩. কোনটি তৈল বীজ নয়?
০৪. বৈদ্যুতিক ঘন্টায় বিদ্যুৎ
শক্তি কোন প্রকার
শক্তিতে রূপান্তরিত হয়?
উ: শব্দ শক্তিতে
০৫. কোনটিতে ঋণাত্মক আধান
উ: ইলেক্ট্রন
০৬. পানি বরফে পরিণত
হলে কি ঘটবে?
উ: আয়তন বেড়ে যাবে
০৭. হ্যালির ধূমকেতু আবার
দেখা যাবে-
উ: ২০৬২ খ্রি.
০৮. বায়ুম-লের অক্সিজেনের
উ: ২০.৭১%
০৯. লেবুর রসে কোন এসিড থাকে?
উ: সাইট্রিক
১০. সৌরজগতের সবচেয়ে বেশি উপগ্রহ আছে?
উ: বৃহস্পতি

Sarmin Sultana
Assistant Coordination Officer
BBA Program

Famous Speeches & Topics / 32 Awesome Quotes to Inspire Positive Change
« on: October 15, 2014, 11:09:24 AM »
1.   The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking. -Albert Einstein
2.   Any change, even a change for the better, is always accompanied by drawbacks and discomforts. -Arnold Bennett
3.   Change is inevitable. Change is constant. -Benjamin Disraeli
4.   When you're finished changing, you're finished. -Benjamin Franklin
5.   The price of doing the same old thing is far higher than the price of change. -Bill Clinton
6.   The world hates change, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress. -Charles Kettering
7.   If you don't like change, you will like irrelevance even less. -General Eric Shinseki
8.   Change means that what was before wasn't perfect. People want things to be better. -Esther Dyson
9.   Resistance at all cost is the most senseless act there is. -Friedrich Durrenmatt
10.   If we don't change, we don't grow. If we don't grow, we aren't really living. -Gail Sheehy
11.   Those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything. -George Bernard Shaw
12.   When people shake their heads because we are living in a restless age, ask them how they would like to life in a stationary one, and do without change. -George Bernard Shaw
13.   I cannot say whether things will get better if we change; what I can say is they must change if they are to get better. -Georg C. Lichtenberg
14.   He who rejects change is the architect of decay. The only human institution which rejects progress is the cemetery. -Harold Wilson
15.   Change before you have to. -Jack Welch
16.   People can cry much easier than they can change. -James Baldwin
17.   Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future. -John F. Kennedy
18.   Faced with the choice between changing one's mind and proving that there is no need to do so, almost everyone gets busy on the proof. -John Kenneth Galbraith
19.   Be the change that you wish to see in the world. -Mahatma Gandhi
20.   Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. -Margaret Mead
21.   Your success in life isn't based on your ability to simply change. It is based on your ability to change faster than your competition, customers, and business. -Mark Sanborn
22.   If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude. -Maya Angelou
23.   I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples. -Mother Teresa
24.   The first step toward change is awareness. The second step is acceptance. -Nathaniel Branden
25.   Change your thoughts and you change your world. -Norman Vincent Peale
26.   People don't resist change. They resist being changed. -Peter Senge
27.   You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete. -R. Buckminster Fuller
28.   Our dilemma is that we hate change and love it at the same time; what we really want is for things to remain the same but get better. -Sydney J. Harris
29.   It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory. -W. Edwards Deming
30.   There is nothing wrong with change, if it is in the right direction. -Winston Churchill
31.   To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. -Winston Churchill
32.   And just for fun... "Change is inevitable--except from a vending machine." -Robert C. Gallagher


Sarmin Sultana
Assistant Coordination Officer
BBA Program

Informative post...... :)

Sarmin Sultana
Assistant Coordination Officer
BBA Program

Person / 7 Lessons Learned From the World's Richest People
« on: October 14, 2014, 03:32:15 PM »
1. Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft

Don't be afraid of growth. Gates says, "You know, at Microsoft in 1975, even when we wrote down 'A computer on every desk and in every home,' we didn't realize, oh, we'll have to be a big company. Every time, I thought, 'Oh, God, can we double in size?'" Obviously, Gates got over his fear of growing a company, but the bigger lesson here is that being a mega corporation was never his goal. He had a passion project, a vision for a better future, and the means (and smarts) to see it through.

2. Steve Jobs, founder of Apple

"Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn't matter to me. Going to bed at night saying we've done something wonderful, that's what matters to me." This is one of Jobs's most famous quotes, and perhaps the best piece of advice he ever gave. Like Gates, Jobs was committed to changing the world (and his world) for the better. Never losing sight of that vision, regardless of the riches, is crucial.

3. Sylvester Stallone, actor, writer, and director

"I am not the richest, smartest, or most talented person in the world, but I succeed because I keep going and going and going." Judging from Stallone's starting point, nobody would guess he was destined for fame and success. He'd starred in only one "film" before writing, directing, and starring in Rocky (and that predecessor was a low-budget porno), yet Rocky is one of the few films to never have received a single negative review. Stallone continues his success today, and still says sheer dedication is what made it happen for him.

4. Aliko Dangote, business magnate

"If you don't have ambition, you shouldn't be alive." These might seem like harsh words at first blush, but Dangote considers ambition the "inner stuff" that makes up a person and what separates our species from all others. Ambition was the driving force behind his success and what he seeks out in partners and employees.

5. Reginald Mengi, chair of IPP Group

"I grew up in poverty, but I always saw it as a challenge. The good thing is that you can surmount a challenge if you are willing to pay the price. The price is hard work." Sometimes the simplest explanation is the most difficult to wrap your head around. Mengi didn't have any opportunities handed to him, but devoted himself to hard work and seeking them out or making his own.

6. Carlos Slim Helú, business mogul

"Competition makes you better, always, always makes you better, even if the competitor wins." Mexico's richest man was always "rich" with advice and the lessons he learned the hard way. However, embracing healthy competition instead of tearing down fellow entrepreneurs was always how Slim did business, even if it wasn't orthodox in the environment where he thrived.

7. Robert Kiyosaki, investor

"It's not how much money you make, but how much money you keep, how hard it works for you, and how many generations you keep it for." If you can't keep the money you earn and make it work for you and your heirs, it's like gambling with chips you can't cash in.


Sarmin Sultana
Assistant Coordination Officer

English / 'Desire Under the Elms': Eugene O'Neill's Latest Play
« on: October 14, 2014, 12:12:27 PM »
"Desire Under the Elms," the first play by Eugene O'Neill to be produced since "Welded," was presented last night at the Greenwich Village Theatre and proved to be as unlike that drama as it was unlike "The Hairy Ape" or "The Emperor Jones." "Desire Under the Elms" reverts in character to the earlier "Beyond the Horizon," though it exhibits by comparison a fine progress in solidity and finish. It has less sentiment than this older piece and more passion; it is better written throughout; it has as much tragic gloom and irony but a more mature conception and a more imaginative austerity.

"Desire Under the Elms" is essentially a story of solitude, physical solitude, the solitude of the land, of men's dreams, of love, of life. The God behind the existence created on this New England farm is a harsh God, who is alone and is not understood. The minds of the people in this story are shaken and tinged with loneliness, with thwarted passion, with the trivial, the intense, the drab exaltation and denial of life. Underneath this solitude desire works, the redemption through love.

The children of old Cabot hate him. The youngest, the son of the second wife, remembers his dead mother, worked to death, and sees her about the place, risen from her grave. The father brings home a third wife. The two older sons go away to California; the younger stays and thinks to avenge his mother. In time he and the young wife come to love each other.

A son is born, which old Cabot thinks is to be heir to the farm, leaving the second wife's son adrift in the world. While a dance in honor of the new-born child goes on in the kitchen, the father and son quarrel outside; the son believes his father when he hears that the woman wanted a son only to cheat him out of the farm. He reviles her. To prove to him that it was the love of him and not the desire for the farm that had driven her to him, she kills the child. He runs off for the sheriff. The father turns the live stock loose in the woods and plans to go away, but when he finds the money gone from its hiding place, he believes that God another time has willed that he stand by the farm. The son returns from the sheriff's, he falls at the knees of the woman, takes part of the blame on himself, and they go away together to prison.

Robert Edmond Jones's setting for "Desire Under the Elms" was profoundly dramatic. The end of a New England farmhouse with its overhanging elms was for all practical purposes built there on the stage, with a wall of actual stone coming down to the footlights; a scene that was realistic but at the same time strangely and powerfully heightened in effect.

The general performance of the play was usually adequate though not often on a level with the writing. Mary Morris, however, whose career as the fair Gertrude in :Fashion" last year was one of the flowers of the season's acting, played the wife in "Desire Under the Elms," with a new and suppressed method that deepened at times into an admirable poignancy and a kind of grim, thin poetry that seemed the exact truth of her lines. Charles Ellis, though his work in the earlier scenes was less successful or convincing, played with real poetry the passage where the boy is possessed with love for the woman and for his child. Walter Huston as the old man was everywhere trenchant, gaunt, fervid, harsh, as he should be in the part. In his ability to cover his gradations, to express the natural and convincing emotion, and to convey the harsh, inarticulate life embodied in this extraordinary portrait that Eugene O'Neill has drawn, Mr. Huston showed his talent and proved to be the best choice possible for the role.

The scene of "Desire Under the Elms" that best illustrates the highest quality of the play is that in which we see the dance going on, the father outside the house, the young wife and her lover in the upstairs room in each other's arms beside the child's cradle, a scene written with such poetry and terrible beauty as we rarely see in the theatre, a scene that for these qualities of poetry, terror and at the same time unflinching realism rises above anything that Mr. O'Neill has written. 


Sarmin Sultana
Assistant Coordination Officer
BBA Program

Food / মজাদার গরু/খাসীর নেহারি
« on: October 14, 2014, 11:33:36 AM »
নেহারির নাম শুনলে জিভে জল আসে না এমন মানুষ মেলা কঠিন। নেহারি মূলত দিল্লীর খাবার। নেহারি শব্দটি আরবী ‘নাহার’ শব্দ থেকে এসেছে যার অর্থ হলো ‘ভোর’। মুঘল আমলে মুসলিম নওয়াবরা ফজরের নামাজ পড়ার পর ভোরবেলা নেহারি দিয়ে নাস্তা করতেন এবং এরপর একটা জমপেশ ঘুম দিতেন। পরবর্তীতে সর্বত্র ছড়িয়ে পড়ে নেহারি খাবারটি খাওয়ার প্রচলন। জেনে নিন সুস্বাদু এই খাবারটির সহজ রেসিপিটি।


গরু বা খাসীর পায়া ২ কেজি
পেঁয়াজ কুঁচি ১ কাপ
আধা চামচ মরিচ গুঁড়া
হলুদ গুঁড়া সামান্য
আদা বাটা ২ চা চামচ
রসুন বাটা ২ চা চামচ
তেজপাতা ২টি
এলাচ ২টি
দারুচিনি ১ টুকরো
লবণ স্বাদ অনুযায়ী
পানি পরিমাণমতো।
কাঁচামরিচ কুচি
লেবুর টুকরো

প্রস্তুত প্রণালিঃ

প্রথমে গরু বা খাসীর পায়াগুলো ভালো করে গরম পানি দিয়ে ধুয়ে পরিষ্কার করে নিন।
একটা বড় পাতিলে তেলে পেঁয়াজ ছেড়ে ভেজে নিন।
এরপর ধনেপাতা, কাঁচামরিচ ও লেবু বাদে সব মশলা একসঙ্গে ভালো করে কষিয়ে নিন।
পায়াগুলো কষানো মশলা দিয়ে পানি দিয়ে পাতিল ভর্তি করে দিন।
সব উপকরণ একসঙ্গে ৭-৮ ঘণ্টা জ্বাল দিন।
পায়ার মাংস সেদ্ধ হয়ে গেলে কর্নফ্লাওয়ার পানিতে গুলিয়ে দিয়ে নাড়তে থাকুন। একবার ফুটে উঠলে নামিয়ে ফেলুন চুলা থেকে।
ধনেপাতা ও কাঁচামরিচ ছিটিয়ে দিন উপরে। পরিবেশনের সময়ে লেবু দিন।

Sarmin Sultana
Assistant Coordination Officer
BBA Program

Informative post.... :)

Sarmin Sultana
Assistant Coordination Officer
BBA Program

ICT / Re: অভিনন্দন
« on: September 30, 2014, 04:22:11 PM »
We are proud of you........Sir

Sarmin Sultana
assistant Coordination Officer
BBA Program

কসবজিপ্রেমী প্রায় সব ভোজনরসিকের কাছেই কচুশাক পরিচিত খাবার। ‘কচু’ কেবলই ‘কচু’ নয়, সর্বজন পরিচিত এ কচুর শাকে রয়েছে প্রচুর পরিমাণ ভিটামিন এ, বি, সি ও ক্যালসিয়াম, ‍আয়রনসহ অন্যান্য পুষ্টিগুণ।

প্রয়োজনীয় পুষ্টিগুণের যোগান ছাড়াও এ শাক বিভিন্ন রোগের পথ্য হিসেবেও ভূমিকা রেখে আসছে। পর্যাপ্ত অাঁশ থাকায় কচু শাক মনুষ্যদেহের পরিপাকতন্ত্রের প্রক্রিয়ায়ও কার্যকর ভূমিকা রাখে। কচু শাক ছাড়াও এর মাটির নিচের অংশটিতেও (কচুমুখী) রয়েছে স্বাস্থ্যকর পুষ্টিগুণসমৃদ্ধ উপাদান। স্বাস্থ্য সুরক্ষা ও রোগ প্রতিরোধে কচুশাকেরও জুড়ি নেই।

সাধারণত আমরা দু’ধরনের কচুশাক ভোজন করে থাকি। সবুজ কচুশাক ও কালো কচুশাক।
স্বাস্থ্যবিজ্ঞানের হিসাব মতে, প্রতি ১০০ গ্রাম সবুজ ও কালো কচুশাকে যথাক্রমে ১০,২৭৮ ও ১২,০০০ মাইক্রোগ্রাম ক্যারোটিন থাকে যা হলো ভিটামিন ‘এ’র উৎস।
অবর্ণনীয় সব পুষ্টিগুণসমৃদ্ধ কচুশাকে আর কী থাকে এবারে তা দেখে নেওয়া যাক।

প্রতি ১০০ গ্রাম সবুজ কচুশাকে থাকে-
*৩.৯ গ্রাম প্রোটিন
*৬.৮ গ্রাম শর্করা
*১.৫ গ্রাম স্নেহ বা চর্বি
*২২৭ মিলিগ্রাম ক্যালসিয়াম
*১০ মিলিগ্রাম লৌহ
*০.২২ মিলিগ্রাম, ভিটামিন বি-১ (থায়ামিন)
*০.২৬ মিলিগ্রাম ভিটামিন বি-২ (রাইবোফ্লেবিন)
*১২ মিলিগ্রাম ভিটামিন ‘সি’
*৫৬ কিলোক্যালরি খাদ্যশক্তি
রতি ১০০ গাম কালো কচুশাকে থাকে-
*৬.৮ গ্রাম প্রোটিন
*৮.১ গ্রাম শর্করা
*২.০ গ্রাম চর্বি
*৪৬০ মিলিগ্রাম ক্যালসিয়াম
*৩৮.৭ মিলিগ্রাম লৌহ
*০.০৬ মিলিগ্রাম ভিটামিন বি-১ (থায়ামিন)
*০.৪৫ মিলিগ্রাম ভিটামিন বি-২ (রাইবোফ্লোবিন)
*৬৩ মিলিগ্রাম ভিটামিন সি
*৭৭ কিলোক্যালরি খাদ্যশক্তি

বলাই বাহুল্য, সবুজ কচুশাকের তুলনায় কালো কচুশাক অনেক বেশি পুষ্টিকর।
অতএব, যে কচুশাককে অবহেলায় ফেলে এসেছেন বাজারের কোণে অথবা রেখে দিয়েছেন রান্নাঘরের কোণে-পরম যত্নে সেটি নিয়ে আসুন খাবার টেবিলে, অন্তত স্বাস্থ্যগুণের কথা মাথায়  রেখে!


Sarmin Sultana
Assistant Coordination Officer
BBA Progarm

ধাপ-১ (উপকরণ ও প্রণালি)

পালং শাক ২ কাপ,

সিদ্ধ আলু হাফ কাপ
রশুন কুচি ৩ চা চামচ,
অল্প তেল
লবণ- স্বাদ মত

-প্রথমে প্যানে তেল দিয়ে রশুন কুচি দিন। হাল্কা লাল হলে পালং শাক ২ কাপ দিয়ে দিন। সাথে সিদ্ধ আলু হাফ কাপ। লবণ স্বাদ মত দিয়ে রান্না করুন। ভর্তার মত নরম করে রান্না করবেন।

ধাপ-২ (উপকরণ ও প্রণালি)

ময়দা ১ কাপ
গোলমরিচ গুঁড়ো হাফ চা চামচ
এরারুট ৪ চা চামচ,
১ টা ডিম
অল্প পানি
লবণ স্বাদ মত

-একটা বাটিতে নিয়ে খামির বানিয়ে নিন।

-ছোট রুটি বানিয়ে ভেতরে পালং শাক এর পুর দিন। অন্থুনের শেপ দিন কিংবা আপনার পছন্দমত যে কোন শেপ। সমুচা আকৃতিও করতে পারেন।

-গরম ডুবো তেলে ভেজে যে কোনো সস-এর সাথে পরিবেশন করুন। ভাজতে না চাইলে ফুটন্ত পানিতে ছেড়ে দিন। ভেসে উঠলে বুঝবেন সিদ্ধ হয়ে গেছে। ব্যাস, তৈরি স্টিমড অন্থুন।

Sarmin Sultana
Assistant Coordination Officer
BBA Program

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